The Clemson Insider made a stop at C.F. Bolden Stadium in Columbia, S.C., on Friday night to see Clemson commitment Josh Belk as part of our Tour of Champions.
Belk helped lift Lewisville (Richburg, S.C.) to a 42-14 win over Johnson (Columbia). The four-star defensive tackle registered a number of tackles, including several tackles for loss, and made his physical presence felt.
Check out TCI’s Tour of Champions photo gallery of Belk! — LINK
As one of the most dominant defensive lines in college football, it’s no secret the chemistry between Clemson’s Clelin Ferrell, Christian Wilkins, Austin Bryant and Dexter Lawrence is a bond like no (…)
Prior to the Sugar Bowl, Clemson quarterbacks coach Brandon Streeter admitted he was concerned about how he was going to distribute the reps when the Tigers started spring practice. At the time, he thought (…)
Each week The Clemson Insider brings you the latest Inside information on the Clemson Tigers in The Insider Report. What is the latest on 4-star DB planning official visit to Clemson next weekend? Which 2018 (…)
After receiving word he had lost his team leader and star player for the rest of the season, Brad Brownell gathered his players together at the Swann Pavilion on Sunday and explained what it all meant. Forward (…)
Clemson dispensed a couple of offers on Saturday during its elite junior day for top 2019 prospects. One of those offers went out to big Riverdale (Ga.) pass-catcher Jaelyn Lay. Lay (6-6, 210) plays receiver (…)
For the second time in three days a Clemson quarterback has announced he will be leaving the Clemson program to explore other avenues. On Monday, Clemson backup quarterback Tucker Israel announced, via (…)